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To the REMARKABLE PASSAGES in this
N. B. To find any particular Book, or Pamphlet, see the
Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.
Æ imputation of an unmanly
APOLLONIUS, his geometrical wri.
tings praised, 18. His tract on "
inclinations, reftitution of, by
Horsley, criticised, 19. fear of death, 220.
ARABIAN Authors. See ORIEN. AGRICULTURE, account of
course of expertments in, 162– ARIANS, a tribe of, the ancient 167. Char. of various writers Germans, their ferocious manon, 231. Experiments in, 303, ners and fingular cuftoms, 559. 378, 449, 477
ARISTOTLE, his art of poetry, in
cure of arteries, 219. His obf. AUCHTER MUCHTY, wife of, mo-
AUGUSTUS, Cæfar, his bad cha-
racter, 7 ALMIDA, a tragedy, critique on, Axis of the earth, supposed alte150.
ration in the position of, discalAMERICA discovered by the Green
landers, 183, Anglo-Saxons, their spirit of li.
B. berty, and care for its preservation in their conftitution of
Ailly, M. his memoir on vernment, 496.
the motion of the nodes, and ANIMALCULA, produced in veget
che variation in the inclination able infusions, corious account of Jupiter's satellites, 523. of, and hypotheses concerning, Baldwin, Mr his account of the 207.
cultivat on of lucerne criticied, ANTONY, Marc, relation of the 478.
remarkable manner of his death, BANNATYNE, George, his ancient 113.
Scottish poems, 42.
Biftism, the duty, circumstances, BROWNRIGG, Mr. his account of
and benefits of, investigated, the American oil of ground-nuts,
Parther obf. on the fub. 206.
BUTTERBURR, its medicinal uses,
ABBAGE TURNIP, some ac-
cure of, 483.
character, 6. His conduct in
recommended, to supply the Antony and Cleopatra, 112
concile che metaphysics of Leib- ment of Lord Mansfield, in re-
lity of witnesses, 3+.
ance of the sea, 329.
city of, described, 401.
mans, their warlike turn and
moirs in the Hift. of the Acad. CelTÆ, ancient, their manner of
life, &c. 405. Their enthu-
Their language, 410.
bidding adieu to Fontenay, 512.
gation of a famous problem on CHATEAUVICEUX, M. de, his
the motion of fluids, 520. writings on husbandry, 236.
on, 318, 403.
of life, &c. 405. --Their lan. I gion, ib.
CLEMENTINA, a tragedy, critique
taltrophe described, 116.
Commerce, &c. maxims relating Euler, M. his curious discuffon
of the construction of compound
ABLES—the Wilding and
Broom, 227.-The Misletes
Faith, its nature and influence,
FALLOWING, of ground, advan-
tages of, 257.
berland, its pedigree, 361.
and free toleration maintaiced, ForesiGHT. See PRESSENTI
the mem. of, 48.
FOSTER, Rev. Mr. his sentiments
on religious establishments con-
the time of William the Cog.
ply the place of oil of olives,
his obf. on the
ifle of Tharsis, 550.
FRENCH, modern, remarkable for
Chriftian religion, 533-536.
posite to those of religious en-
observations on, 346.
productive of bad effe&s, 193. blenis in ditto, analysis of, 23.
pendency, 465. Diftin&t cha-
E China, 404
racters of their different tribes, How MAŃ, Rev. Mr. his obs, on
the utility of the drill husbandry
arcuracies in his life of Lord Hurd, Mr. his commentary on
Horace praised, 558.
markable separation of the scarf phenomena in, 518.
GOULARD, M. his doctrine in re-
CELANDERS, ancient, their
their ancestors in their great love 177. Their regulations of go.
with those of the negroes, 550.
able to the modern carte in gar. 10. Government of, 11.
Infidelity abounds in France,
INOCULATION, of the small-pox,
a great cause of the late increase
of inhabitants in London, &c.
cimen of his works, 427. JOHŃ, King of England, his con-
a late eruption of Vesuvius, 201. 575. With his English barons,
his bad character, 577,
number of inhabitants in Ma. Iracion of a law of motion, in
On the dif. the case of a body deflected by
to the same point, 135.
TRON. See LANE.
of the infants, critical remarks wark of the English conftitution,
Horace, an ode of his compared
his art of poetry the code
the magnet, 538.
LANDE, M. de la, his memoir on crown, 577. Besieged in Los-
Louis VII, King of France, his
IX. his character, ib.
Mad. de Montespan, 61.
extraordinary case of a girl who
of the drill husbandry criticised, LUCERNÈ. See BALDWIN.
the ancient inhabitants of the Adox, Dr. Bishop 'of Wor,
his sermon on inoculation
fals for a translation of, into Magnets, experiments on, 538.
MAGNETICAL currents, curious
spect to annuities, calculated, 538.
MAHOMET, a quack, 531.
AIKIN. See BromFIELD. her theatrical exhibitions at St.
churches, &c. from damage by, MANSFIELD, Lord, fru expoftu-
lation with, 35. His ípirited
and religious liberty, 190. See
improved in a new edition, MANUFACTURERS, British, cheir
MATTHEW, St. authenticity of the
att and ad chapters of his gof-
ber of the inhabitants, 137. MAYER, Professor, his tables of
lished here by authority, 214,
him and Henry of England, Merian, M. his enquiry into the
comparative duration and inten-
France) his conteits with Henry Milton, his political writings
of France, his expedition to Monkey, a fingular one described,